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Quan Cong Temple Hoi An was originally called Ong Pagoda is typical of built by the Minh Huong Chinese immigrants along with their Vietnamese neighbors. The temple was built in 1653 and is dedicated to Quan Cong, a mandarin of the Han Dynasty, a talented general and symbol for the Chinese of courage, piety and loyalty as well as moderation and righteousness. Can Cong Temple is popular with those wishing to make offerings to pray for luck in their travels.
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Quan Cong Temple Hoi An was originally called Ong Pagoda is typical of built by the Minh Huong Chinese immigrants along with their Vietnamese neighbors.  The temple was built in 1653 and is dedicated to Quan Cong, a mandarin of the Han Dynasty, a talented general and symbol for the Chinese of courage, piety and loyalty as well as moderation and righteousness.  Can Cong Temple is popular with those wishing to make offerings to pray for luck in their travels.